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  • Shark Nicole
    Shark NicoleJourney into an ocean of mystery and danger as Shark Nicole embarks on an astonishing migration.The great white shark is one of the sea’s most iconic creatures, but relatively little is known about its movements and natural habitat.We journey with a young female great white shark into an ocean...
  • Shark Eden
    Shark EdenIn a remote corner of the South Pacific, National Geographic Explorer Enric Sala – one of the world’s leading marine ecologists – leads an elite team into an isolated underwater Eden.  Sharks reign in the southern Line Islands, where humans rarely visit and survival is still of the fittest. ...
  • Human Shark Bait
    Human Shark BaitAre sharks out to get you? That’s the driving question behind this high-adrenaline, two-hour live National Geographic event.  Human Shark Bait will beam from some of the world’s most shark-infested waters off the coast of South Africa. Commonly referred to as “Shark Bay,” it is home to...
  • When Sharks Attack
    When Sharks AttackJoin this deep-sea saga with underwater photography, gripping news archives and paralyzing testimony to investigate recent shark attacks.
  • Shocking Sharks
    Shocking SharksVenture into a world of ludicrous-looking, bizarrely behaved and downright Shocking Sharks to discover a new side to these feared fish. The tasseled wobbegong uses frilled camouflage to blend into coral reef surroundings. A cigar-shaped shark has the fitting name of the cookie cutter for the way...
  • United Sharks of America
    United Sharks of AmericaOn our trek from the Pacific to the Atlantic Oceans, we will investigate why various species of sharks are increasingly having more encounters with humans. This is not a one beach phenomenon but a consistent theme that has sent the science team searching for answers and beachgoers more alert...
  • Blitzkrieg Sharks
    Blitzkrieg SharksSharks have ruled the seas for many years, with evolution having created the perfect predator beneath the waves. Their sleek torpedo shaped bodies and incredible speed allow them to hunt down animals within their domain. In Blitzkrieg Sharks, watch how sharks seem to be going off menu—sinking...
  • Shark Kill Zone
    Shark Kill ZoneSharks may be at the top of the ocean food chain but catching a meal isn’t always straight forward, or easy. Sharks need to locate and hunt down prey – prey that don’t want to be caught. This film reveals the surprisingly diverse ways by which sharks hunt and the solutions they’ve found...
  • Shark Alley
    Shark AlleyHundreds of sharks follow and feed upon millions upon millions of sardines as the fish migrate up the south-eastern coast of Africa. Bronze Whalers, Ragged-Tooths, Hammerheads, Black-Tips, Duskies, Tigers, Bulls and the Big Daddy of them all – the Great White – are joined by dolphins, Cape...
  • Big Sharks Rule
    Big Sharks RuleIt is an ocean of giants. South Africa has a dramatic, rocky coast that is raked by churning currents. Warm, cold, rich and murky water collide to create “shark central”, with enough food to sustain the biggest. Giant sharks like great whites, tiger sharks, bull sharks, ragged tooth sharks,...
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